Phase 1: The 1st 2 weeks Heidi avoided all foods that cause bloating. That means no dairy and no fruit and more energy.
Phase 2: Eat really healthy carbs like lentils and beef. Heidi's favorite was tuna, quinoa, and tomatoes.
Phase 3: Load up on lean proteins such as lean meats, a lentil loaf, or a bowl of eggs (Yum?).
Some extra tips: Down a protein shake when you need a quick snack - just a little water, a packet of protein and a hand blender and you're all set. Add whey protein, fiber, and flax seed to get the fiber fruit would give you without all the sugar.
Keep a bowl of hard-boiled eggs on hand - pop one every time you feel hungry.
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Exercise while you diet (duh). David says to get off the treadmill and get on the rowing machine - "it's a bigger bang for your buck."
Eat 5 meals a day, "every 3 hours... Eat from 7 am to 7 pm. Outside of that is the red zone," David says.
Some rules: No alcohol, no bread, no starchy carbs.
David says, "Here's the reality, the New York way, you have 5 minutes to grab a meal, all you need to do is pop a really good protein shake." Sounds really satisfying.
Well there you have it. Now I didn't say this "diet" was fun or healthy, and it's definitely NOT something that should be done long-term. It's sad what celebrities have to do to their bodies.